Look at financial self-care as a discipline. Rabbit Rabbit! Financial Good Luck for February 2020 Question: are you interested in an online workshop on personal finance for women business owners, for women coming out of divorce, or for...
Financial Good Luck for 2020 Question: are you interested in an online workshop on personal finance for women business owners, for women coming out of divorce, or for women preparing for retirement? Email us at...
What does good financial luck look like in December? I will provide you with some strategies to stay on track, so things don't have to go off the rails in this busy month of gift giving.
Children have an impact on our finances. Let's face it - they're expensive! Think things through ahead of time, have conversations, and educate your children about money.
Spending money and retirement? Income and a recession? Don't panic. Distinguishing between needs and wants is important. Think about where there's flexibility in your spending and plan accordingly.
It's important to invest and prioritize our health. Sometimes that involves money: Yoga or fitness classes, health insurance, therapy. Plan for your health!
Focus on looking forward and have a little self-compassion.
Remember tomorrow! How do we make wise decisions to benefit our future selves? It's not easy, in part because of how our brains are wired.
Welcome to the July 2019 Rabbit Rabbit video. On the first of each month, Stephanie's Rabbit Rabbit videos are posted to give you insight and tips on managing your money. Check back each month for new video!
June 2019 Rabbit Rabbit
What is impact investing? Is it something you should consider for your own investments? Thoughts on the evolution of this style of investing and how to think about it for yourself, filmed at Total Impact PHL conference 2019...
Or maybe I should say - DOES it? For most of us, financial planning is an exercise allocating scarce resources. None of my clients say, “Stephanie, I just have too darn much money! What should I do with it?” Wouldn’t that be nice! Instead, the usual predicament is...
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